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Ritz Hotel, Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Ritz Hotel
Grosvenor Street
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH12 5EG | View map

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Small hotel situated at Haymarket at the city's West End.( You can walk to the Castle in 15mins)2* Budget hotel with no frilly gimmicks.Sorry we have no lift ( building was built in 1860 so therefore listed) and some of the rooms are quite high up ( we have 4floors above reception!).Lots of resturants/ pubs/ coffee shops all within 1-5mins walk.Please note we are NOT OPEN 24/7 due to security reasons, we close approx between 3-4am, please check at time of reservation.Close to public transport links and most attractions within a 10-15min walk time frame and walking is a lot quicker just now than any transport methods due to the tram works!Car Parking is Pay & Display on the street 8.30am-6.30pm Monday- Saturday inclusive : Sundays are freeNearest Car parks are on Morrison Link at the Premier Inn or Haymarket Station ( though this is subject to last minute closures due to the Tram works!)Not suitable for Hens/ StagParties.

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